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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta WEST JOB PRINTING AT "THE HERALD THE PLACE TO n utt dn nun Preserving Strawberries The Store of Quality KUTTfR True Cutting True work hatchet or axe de- peuds as upon the form, balance fmu liaujj; as tl.t skill If not tempered right it will not cut deep. If rot accurately balanced it will dffieci. if the hang is not perfect it is awkward and Tools and Cutlerv are all made to suit the work. la form they are de- signed for fast, clean work and strength of edge. The handles are fitted and adjusted by- experts, so that the hang and bal- ance are exact. All Keen Kutter Tools are fully guaranteed. We sell them The Hick Hardware Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Phone 62 Redpath Street P.O. Box 670 Just received A full assortment Gold Jelly Powders The kind that are the best and yon cm get 3 full-size packages for a quarter From B.C. and Alberta, from 50 to 75 cases daily. They are now at their best price is as low as it will Ue this season. THE GOOD CO. PHONE 98 HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY PHONE G. 21 CO. Only tMOJI Grocery Store in City THE WEATHER Edmonton, cloudy 72 56 .10 Calgary, cloudy 70 50 .04 Lethbridge, fair 68 50 .00 Forecast winds, fair and cooler. CITY 4ND DISTHICT. t I Phom New Whitney Block 4; Agent for Underwood Type- writers Harry Laudcr Records for Victor and Edison machines Full line of SwedisnJ Edison Records Store closes at 6 p. ni. eOBERTSOIi'S BOOKSTORE Paris Green Strictlj pure Paris Green, English make, is the only brand we handle, and the only brand it pays yon to bay. Apply it early, and give your plants a chance to thrive. It costs a trifle more than the ordinary ity. but your time is worth more than the Paris Grreen Get it at How does your boy or girl spend the Holiday Time Buy them a kodak or camera. The art of photography is an educational pastime and is a pleasure to any- one. Higinbotham car- ries the Canadian Kodak Co.'s goods, the recognised standard of the best that fs in kodaks and accgs- sories. J, D, HiptotaSCo.ltii Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 45. Nigh; clerk. CITY AND DISTRICT Prescription Specialiete Estimates Promptly Furnished? It's natural for you to want the moit and best you can get for your money. But when you buy a bill of lumber without iretting an estimate from us. how do you kcow that you're getting the best bargain that it is possible for you to get? You simply can't tell a thing about it. You don't know whether you're losing money or not. The only safe way is to always let us you an estimate on ycu want before buying else-; where, as we have complete stocks I o? everything in lumber and build-1 ing material. j Miss C. F. Wallace accompanied by Miss Carpenter, of Los Angeles, has j gone to Banff for a couple of weeks. i Voting boxss ever town to j ceive your votes. Tomorrow nigiit a strawberry and ice cream social will bs held on the Westminster parsonage in the North. Ward. admission. The greatest of all at Lyceum tonight. j. D, D._ G-, M. ATunro, of Taber, will i be in the city tomorrow evening for the purpose of installing the new of- jficers of Lodge of I." 0. O. F. Heaps of fun Ice cream and strawberries at the lawn social ,at the parsonage grounds on. Westm n.- ster Road in the North Ward tomor- row evening. Dont' misj the big special attrac- tion at Lyceum tonight. The Goodwin Heal Estate and Con- struction Company of Calgary open- ed au branch in this city today. This is one of the largest companies in business iri Calgary. Irvine has been erected into a own. At last the date has been set for the baseball game between the Job- j bing Company and the Hudson's Bay j Company. These old rivals will come i together on the square tomorrow night i when it Is expected there will be a large number of fans on hand to ness the game. Another big change at the Eureka tonight. Don't miss it. The greatest act in Vaudeville. We hear that Mr. Harry Connatt, painter and paperhanger, is leaving the city some time during the week, to make his home up in. the Zs'echaco Valley Pass, on account of his j health. Being- an old resident we wish him every success in his new j venture. The good old wild strawberry is [not foreign to Southern Alberta. In. j fact it grows here sweeter and richer, than any other spot in Canada. Some people may doubt that but a visit to The Herald office and a look at the window will satisfy the doufot- ful that the box of wild -strawberries there exhibited is better tfcan the best. These-berries were picked on the river bottom at the ranch of W. S. S. Gillis, west of the city. Mr. Gillis told The Herald this morning that over a gallon had been picked this year. 5c' a vote for Carnival lect your own lady. .The 0. W. Kerr Co. brought a party of land seekers in on the iPlyer this morning-. Tney went out to Warner and Milk River on the local-. 0. L. Lathrop has just completed a tour of several states, including' i Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkan- sas, Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin. He states, barring parts of Iowa, the crop prospects are ideal and finds j everywhere a live interest in Sunny Southern Alberta. diamond ring to the lady elect, ed; as queen. CITY AND DISTRICT O. J. Amundsen, of Claresholm, is in the city today. J. D. Hall, of Freyer Falls, N. D., has arrived with three cars of set- tlers effects for Sterling. The big carnival opens next Mon- day o" the public square. The Citizens' Band held a very suc- cessful and enjoyable dance in the K. j of P. hall Tuesday nlg-ht. j C. L. Fisher, of Winnipeg, was in ,town yesterday on his way to Ster- ling. Watch the papers for the big sen- sation at the Eureka next week. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. .J. D. Mur- phy, of St. Marys, at Lethbridge. July 6, a daughter. The trustees of Liberty school dis- trict, No- 1940, of which Jas. Half- penny, Queenstown, is treasurer, have baen empowered to borrow 000 to buifd and equip a new school. Remarkable human suspension bridge at Lyceum tonight. There will be another dance under the auspices of the City Band on Friday night in the K. of P. hall. The Orpheus orchestra will provide the music and a good time is assur- ed. The Turpin Furniture Co. will close their store every Wednesday after, noon, at three o'clock during July and August. eod-tf. Work commenced today on the ex- cavation for Mr. W. Sadowski's new store and offices On Hound St. The new store will be of brick, two storeys high, with offices in the up- per story. Lethbrfdge will soon have the visit of Tom Watts, the great English Li- brarian. i64_o Mrs. Bert Hackett, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Graham, left for her home in, Gard- ston this morning. City Band Dance, Friday nfght, in K. P. Hall. Admission Ladies free. CITY AND DISTRICT Big amateur night at the Eureka tomorrow night. Tho Foresters meet tho Sons of -England in the city football league tonight on the square. Kick ofl at seven sharp. A funny thing happened last Sat- urday afternoon at the Dominion' land office. One gentleman who was unable to get near the door tried to j think out some plan so as to get there. He went down town and pur- chased a bottle of "83" and then re- turned to the land office. He tried to make the crou-d think he had a fit and get them away from the door. Instead of the crowd coming out to help him they summoned the police and had him arrested. He tried to convince the police ttat he try- ing to fool the crowd, but the police took him down to the "lock-up so he could fully recover. He appeared be. fore P. M. McBougall on'Monday rcorning and was fined and costs. LOOK 20 per cent off on all Men's and IVomens' Oxfords {except Queen for all this week. THE FOOT TOGGERY. COW Fora loan on improved city property see me My company will loan 60 per cent, of value ALBERT E. IVES, "1 L VIEW LOTS J, 2 and 3, Block 2, BRUNOW STREET Handles This CRABB STREET DUFF ADDITION LOTS AT Suites of offices to rent in the Bryan Block. The Southern Al- berta Loan and Investment Co. RoomS Bryan Block PHONE 425 P.O. BOX 261 j Fully Modern House, two stories, close in; easy terms. S Well-built Cottage, close to Central School: excel- I lent location; good terms. I Freeman, Maeleod Gratiam Phone 173 P. 0. Box 679 I 5 Cottage, fine location, elegant lawn and trees modern and good stable, Bompas St., terms Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block PHONE -'ret Fire Insurance Money to Loan on Improved Farms UST DAYS of our FIRE SALE If you wish to avail yoursslf of any of our STARTLING BARGAINS IN HARDWAIE You must do so at once, or you will miss one of the great opportun- ities Of your IJfe. We are completely sold out in some lines, but we'still have a few dozen-Hay, Straw and Manure Forks; and everything a farm- er Spades, Shovels, Hoes, Rakes and Garden Imple- of which must be sold at Once at enormously reduced prices. Do you want to Paint your house, your fence, your barn, your wagon or your buggy? Do you want to stain your flosr Or your furniture? Now is the trme'to get cheap paints and stains. Our Enamelware is going fast. We had a complete new stack in, a few days before the fire and every piece "must be sold. Our Fire Sale will positively close in a few days. Procrastin- ation is the thief money. THE McKEOWN HARDWARE CO., 110. Corner Dufferin and Round The H. Macbeth Agency Ldii SMOKINE a bottle No smoke-house required. One bbttle will preserve 200 lb. fresh meat, im- parting a rich smoked flavor. Call and ask to see it. J. J. Johnston Prescription Druggist -QUALITY QUAKTERf- Paint Parlance Durability is the big thing to consider in buying paint. Paint value depends upon the length of time that It will endure. v The chief cost of painting is the labor involved. A paint that lasts three years te another's two must be at least one-third cheaper. Therefore English Liquid Paint Is The Cheapest Paint Stafffrd-Agnew Co. If you live out of town write us." A S n a